BID FORMATION (or RENEWAL) TIMELINE
For Property BID expiring on December 31, 2015 or new PBID beginning operation by January 1, 2016
Start to finish; Begin BID operation on January 1, 2016 page 1
February - Marchy/
Finalize dollars needed to complete renewal
Hire consultant, if needed
March - June
Form Steering Committee to guide BID formation/renewal activities
Commence informational sessions with property owners in potential BID boundary area
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Decide boundaries of new BID
Decide programs (security, maintenance, image, streetscape, administration)
vyork on potential assessment formulas (front footage, building square footage, parcel size, etc.)
Submit 1st Draft of DATABASE to City Clerk for review and verification
DATABASE Must contain, at minimum, 1) All APNs, 2) Property Owner Names, 3) Assessable
measurements of property, and 4) Assessment calculations.
CITY CLERK will review, verify, and approve all information in Database
AUGUST 15, 2014
Submit 1st Draft of MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN to City Clerk for review |
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Must contain, at minimum, the 1) Boundary description, 2) Boundary
rationale, 3) Service Description, 4) Budget, 5) Benefit Zones, & 6) Assessment Methodology
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Must also contain other legal & procedureal requirements
CITY CLERK will review Management District Plan to ensure compliance with State Law
NOTE: Revisions may be needed to ensure legal compliance with legal statutes
OCTOBER 1, 2014
Submit revised Management Plan and ENGINEER'S REPORT to the Office of City Clerk
Finalize District Management Plan (boundaries, assessment formula, budget)
Present finalized assessment roll to City Clerk who will audit/verify all parcel data
(all assessment data for all parcels including: formula, calculations, footages and assessment
amounts must be verified and agreed to by the Technical Research Unit of the City Clerk's Special
Assessment Section before petitions can be distributed.)
Management District Plan & Engineer's Report APPROVED by City Clerk
MANAGEMENT PLAN & ENGINEER'S REPORT MUST be approved prior to Petition Drive start date
START PETITION DRIVE
Mail out District Management Plan & START PETITION DRIVE
Follow up campaign to secure signed petitions equal to 50% plus $1 .00 of proposed assessment
REACH 50% PETITION THRESHOLD
FINISH PETITION DRIVE: Submit final petitions to City Clerk
(No later than
Request City Council to adopt an "Ordinance of Intention" to form a BID
Management Plan, Engineer's Report, map and complete list of all stakeholders due to City Clerk.
City Clerk verifies petition signatures and affirmative percentage.
City Clerk submits complete BID formation project summary report to City Council's Jobs
and Business Development Committee (JBDC).
NOTE: JBDC meets twice a month with a very limited time to hear agenda items
March 24th - April 14tt
EDC will schedule and hold public hearings and recommend that Council adopt the
Ordinance of Intention to begin the Proposition 218 election/formation process.
EDC meets 2nd & 4th Tuesday (March 24 and April 14 only).